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Hello,

I'm looking for a wider stance on my truck to go along with the level I'm going to buy (6112/5100).

I have stock 17" TRD wheels on my 2013 DC Rock Warrior.

Can I use the 1.25" Spidertrax spacers on the stock TRD wheels? Is the amount they will stick out 1.25"?

Specifically, these: WHS023 Spidertrax Toyota 5 on 150mm x 1-1/4" Thick Wheel Spacer Kit (Pair)

Thanks!
 

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Yea you can. I️ ran those same exact spacers in Trd wheels for 60k miles with no problems. Makes the truck look much better. If you have larger tires a though it will cause more rubbing. May have to pull back some of the plastic behind the fog light.


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Thanks!

I can only find the 1.25" online. I'd rather get smaller ones, but I wonder if the lug nut bolts/pegs on the hubs would stick out past the spacer?

Thanks again.
 

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I believe that's the smallest they can make them because the lugs would stick out past the face of the spacer and hit the wheel other wise.

Have SpyderTrax on a few trucks. Never had balance problems with them (have with cheaper brands) and they make the trucks look way better.


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You absolutely can. I'm running the 1.25" spacers with TRD wheels and it has the perfect amount of poke, in my opinion. CHeck out my build page for a bunch of pics.
 

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I dont know if it was just a fluke, but i ran 1.25 spacers on my 07 CM and went through 4 sets of front wheel bearings in about 15k miles. I have also heard from different friends and shops. mainly Trick trucks and 2 other fab shops i hang out at that any spacer above .75 will put to much of a strain on the front assembly.
 

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I dont know if it was just a fluke, but i ran 1.25 spacers on my 07 CM and went through 4 sets of front wheel bearings in about 15k miles. I have also heard from different friends and shops. mainly Trick trucks and 2 other fab shops i hang out at that any spacer above .75 will put to much of a strain on the front assembly.
What brand spacers? Were they hub centric? Wheel centric?

After the second set of wheel bearings, didn't any alarm bells start ringing?
 

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What brand spacers? Were they hub centric? Wheel centric?

After the second set of wheel bearings, didn't any alarm bells start ringing?
They were Rugged Ridge hub-centric spacers. and after the first set we started trying to figure out what was wrong. Didn't actually figure it out 100% but that was our only guess. once the 4th set went on i traded it in on a new tundra so i didn't have to worry about it anymore
 
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